I Shared the Dream: The Pride, Passion, and Politics of the First Black Woman Senator from Kentucky

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New Horizon Press, 1995 - Biography & Autobiography - 321 pages
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In this landmark autobiography by one of the very first women treated as a peer by the leaders of the Civil Rights movement, former Kentucky State Senator Georgia Davis breaks her long silence to reveal her fascinating life story, including the truth regarding her often hinted-about relationship with Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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I SHARED THE DREAM: The Pride, Passion and Politics of the First Black Woman Senator from Kentucky

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

As one of the few women to hold a leadership position in the civil rights movement, Powers has a compelling story, but it is far overshadowed by her kiss-and-tell tales about her affair with Martin ... Read full review

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one wonders at the author's motivation, but it was some interesting reading. I learned much about the movement I did not know. I especially enjoyed learning about the bus boycots. Read full review

Contents

STORMY WEATHER
23
DREAMS DEFERRED
45
THE PHILADELPHIA LAWYER
59
Copyright

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